FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
FRANK CIMINO, 403 East Tenth Street, Apartment 7, Dallas, Texas, advised that on November 22, 1963, he was residing in an apartment at 405 East Tenth Street. He Stated that at around 1 p.m. he was at his apartment listening to the radio. He heard four loud noises which sounded like shots and then he heard a women scream. He jumped up. put on his shoes and ran outside the house, and a woman dressed like a waitress was out in front of his residence shouting, "Call the police". She also advised a man had just shot a police officer and stated he had run west on Tenth Street and pointed in the direction of an alley which runs between Tenth Street and Jefferson off Patton Street. He looked in this direction but did not see anyone. Be then wglked over to the officer and saw he had been shot in the head. The officer was lying on his side with his head in front of the left front head light of his car. His gun was out of the holster and lying by his side. The officer moved slightly and groaned but never said anything that he could understand. About this time people came from all directions, and he walked up to the corner of Patton and East Tenth Street and looked through the alleyway but could not see a~one running up the alley. He then walked back to where the officer was being removed by am ambulance and then turned back to him apartment. He stated he was not acquainted with LEE OSWALD or JACK RUBY.
He added that around December 24, 1963, he will be leaving Dallas for a vacation but can be reached through his mother at 530 Fifteenth Street, Niagara Falls. New York.
on 12/3/63 at Dallas, Texas File # DL 89-43
By Special Agents HENRY J OLIVER AND DAVID H. BARRY Date dictated 12/4/63